One of the World's Leading Experts on Family Business
I research, speak and consult on family businesses, entrepreneurship, and leadership based on my experience as a CEO, management professor, advisor, and training in family therapy.
Families and businesses run on information. These short online assessments that can be done in 5 to 20 minutes, can give you real world information on their thinking, concerns, and thoughts for the future.
When a family has this information, they can develop plans to engage family members, identify needs for talent development and think seriously about the business and the family’s future participation.
There is no activity that you can do that can have more impact for your family
Carlock oversees the newly-launched INSEAD Global Family Enterprise Program 2019, created for YPO members and their families to understand and strengthen family relationships, values and business plans to create a shared purpose and vision. Find out more.
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This article followed my webinars on Family Business Leaders as Dealers in Hope for The Family Business Network and YPO in May. It shares five behaviors for leading family businesses in a crisis.
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Launching the Parallel Planning Process: Aligning family and business systems
FFI Practitioner article by Randel Carlock and Keng Fun Loh (31 July 2019) Introducing the three implementation tasks that help business families benefit from the enhanced Parallel Planning Process
When Family Businesses are Best
The Parallel Planning Process for Family Harmony and Business Success
Randel S. Carlock and
John L. Ward
Family Business on the Couch
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Designed for members of Family Businesses to attend together, the Family Enterprise Challenge is your best investment for improved family relationships and long-term business performance. This is what over 1000 family business members who “survived” this Challenge over the last 15 years will attest to.
Professor Randel Carlock and past participant Tim Cosulich explain the benefits of attending the Family Enterprise Challenge